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Welcome to the PyPSA Community!

PyPSA stands for Python for Power System Analysis. The aim of this project is to provide an open-source python environment for state-of-the-art energy system modelling. Here you find links to projects and research related to the PyPSA environment.


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About

The PyPSA project is maintained and developed by us, a group of researchers from different institutes and research fields. Our vision is to provide a free, user-friendly and performant model environment to support a smooth energy transition around the world. The packages enable to go all the way from calculating renewable energy potentials to creating complex electricity networks and cost-optimizing the pathway of a whole energy system. All packages are build in a modular sense so that they may be used independently from each other but interact easily.

We are very happy about and constructive feedback and contributions to the Git-repositories!


Related Research


Numerous research publications are build on the PyPSA environment. Here we highlight some of them. For an extended list, have a look at the up-to-date Google Scholar query.


People (alphabetical)


tombrown

Tom Brown, Professor

Technical University of Berlin

johanneshampp

Johannes Hampp, PhD Student

University of Gießen

fabianhofmann

Fabian Hofmann, Postdoctoral Researcher

Frankfurt Institute for Advanced Studies

jonashoersch

Jonas Hörsch, Postdoctoral Researcher

Climate Analytics

marthamaria

Martha Maria, PhD Student

Karlsruhe Institute of Technology

fabianneumann

Fabian Neumann, Postdoctoral Researcher

Technical University of Berlin

maximilianparzen

Maximilian Parzen, PhD Student and PyPSA-Earth coordinator

University of Edinburgh

martavictoria

Marta Victoria, Assistant Professor

Aarhus University

lisazeyen

Lisa Zeyen, PhD Student

Technical University of Berlin